My Giclee Print, Fall at Cobb Hall, Sold Online This Month.

Fall at Cobb Hall

My cityscape photos of the University of Chicago campus feature Gothic Revival architecture on the Main Quadrangle – it’s so beautiful in Fall. Cobb Hall at the University of Chicago was designed by architect Henry Ives Cobb, and is the oldest building on campus. Cobb modeled his designs after the Gothic style of architecture at Oxford in England. This is one of a series of photos that includes digitally altered views of architectural details, including Cobb Hall Lamp With Ivy and Waterspout on Bond Chapel – both on exhibit this week at Rogers Park ArtWalk as part of Chicago Artists Month.

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